2018 (Stats): Second team All-ACC selection at attack ... Matched her career high with four goals at No. 5 North Carolina (4/21) ... Tabbed the Brine/US Lacrosse Player of the Week April 2 following a four-goal, seven-draw control performance in a win at No. 11 Syracuse (3/31) ... Collected a career-best 15 draw controls in an ACC victory over Louisville (3/10) ... Also added a hat trick, three ground balls and two caused turnovers against the Cardinals ... Became Duke's all-time career draw controls leader against Boston University, surpassing Emma Hamm (265) for the top spot in program history ... Collected 12 draw controls against No. 25 Virginia Tech (2/24) and Campbell (2/16) ... Named to the Tewaaraton Award watch list.
2017 (Stats): Duke’s leader in the circle for the second straight year with 103 draw controls … Ranked third in the ACC and 10th nationally for the season with 6.06 draw controls per game … Also ranked among the Division I active career leaders in the category with 213 draws in two seasons … Recorded 20 goals, eight assists, 15 ground balls and three caused turnovers in the Blue Devils’ 17 contests … Had two hat tricks, including a career-best four-goal outing against No. 9 Notre Dame (2/26) … Added three assists against the Irish for a career-high seven points … Reached double digits in the draw controls category three times, including a pair of 11-draw performances against No. 12 Stanford (2/18) and Presbyterian (4/17) … Also had 10 draw controls at Louisville (3/11) … Named to the All-ACC Academic Team and the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2016 (Stats): Started 19 of 20 contests as a rookie … Spearheaded Duke’s effort at the draw, leading the team in all but three contests to earn All-Rookie Team honors from IL Women … Surpassed Emma Hamm (’12) for the most draw controls recorded by a Blue Devil in a season with 110 … The 110 draws put her 11th on the program’s all-time career list as only a freshman … Ranked third in the ACC and eighth nationally in draw controls per game (5.50) for the season … Also totaled 18 goals, seven assists, 15 ground balls and two caused turnovers during her rookie campaign … Recorded two hat tricks, including in her collegiate debut against Campbell (2/4) … Dished multiple assists in wins over Navy (2/12) and Virginia (4/28) … Won a season-high 13 draw controls against the Mids, helping the Blue Devils total 23 draws for the program’s most since winning 24 against Richmond in 2011 … Reached double digits in draws against No. 3 North Carolina (4/23) and Loyola (5/13) … Selected to the ACC All-Tournament Team after helping Duke control the draw in two contests with 12 combined draw controls … Also led all scorers in the semifinal contest against the Tar Heels with three goals.
Prior to Duke: US Lacrosse and Under Armour All-American at McDonogh [Md.] … Named to IL Women’s All-High School Team and the All-USA Girls Lacrosse First Team … As a senior, selected to the North vs. South All-Star Game as one of the top 44 players in the country … Tabbed the 2015 Varsity Sports Network Player of the Year … Ranked the No. 9 senior in the country by IL Women … Guided her squad to a 21-0 ledger her final year and four straight conference titles … Led the team in draw controls (98) and goals (54) as a senior while concluding her career with 102 goals, 24 assists and 245 draw controls … All-metro and all-conference pick as a junior and senior … Tabbed to the 2014 Under Armour Team for the Baltimore region as well as the 2014 Under Armour All-Tournament Team … Tabbed the top midfielder at Nike’s The Ride her sophomore year … Member of the Maryland United club team … Also lettered four years in soccer and one year in indoor track and field … Helped the soccer team capture three league titles while serving as a captain her senior year … Three-year member of the Honor Roll.
Personal: Born Olivia Cummings Jenner Nov. 14, 1996 in Boston, Mass. … Daughter of Susan Cummings and Kris Jenner … Mother (’81) played club lacrosse at Duke … Father was a quarterback on the Illinois football team (1980-84) … Cousin, William Jenner, participates in rugby at Princeton.